Caitlin BerginMajor Gifts & Operations Manager
Caitlin Bergin is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing strategies for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gifts, prospects, and donors. She also oversees the day to day operations of the KPBS Producers Club. Caitlin joined the Development Department in 2011 as a Development Assistant. Prior to this, Caitlin got her start at KPBS as a volunteer for the Radio Reading Service. She has also worked as a Membership Assistant, Radio News Administrative Assistant, and a Development Student Assistant at KPBS. Caitlin holds a degree in Psychology and Political Science from San Diego State University.
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